Visitor to the facility will learn about
this unique service. See how we provide routine medical services to outback
isolated areas — towns, communities and homesteads. There are informative video
and an amazing presentation where you can observe the coordination of 'real time' medical evacuations,
live on screen as they happen. Visitors can enjoy
interactive museum, as well as purchase from a great range of quality souvenirs,
with the knowledge of all profits going to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
The café now has expanded areas offering both indoor and
outdoor seating in one of the town’s finest heritage buildings.
All areas of the facility is accessible, providing access for those in
The Royal Flying Doctor
Service is a non-profit organisation, with 100% of proceeds going towards
replacement of medical equipment and aircraft.
The opening of this new and upgraded tourism facility, follows the official opening of the new $3.1 million RFDS
Aeromedical Base in Alice Springs in March last year to provide health care
excellence for Central Australian communities.